Flashcards in RE - Set 02 Deck (25)
An agent of a person who is already acting as an agent for a principal.
Permission to use a property which may be revoked at any time.
A court action to divide a property held by co-owners.
DECLARATION OF HOMESTEAD
The recorded document that protects a homeowner from foreclosure by certain judgment creditors.
The gradual wearing away of land by natural process.
A written legal document setting forth the rights and liabilities of the parties involved.
Deeds used by the US government when confirming or transferring ownership to private parties.
EASEMENT IN GROSS
An easement that is not appurtenant to any one parcel, for example, public utilities.
The sudden washing or tearing away of the land by action of water.
The final legal decision of a judge in a court of law regarding the legal rights of parties to a dispute.
To transfer ownership of title.
The approval of a previously authorized act, performed on behalf of a person, which makes the act valid and legally binding.
Acquiring title to property by continued possession and payment of taxes.
Sand or mud carried by water and deposited on land.
Transfer ownership or sell.
The granting of private property to other private persons.
A deed given by the government to a private individual as evidence of transfer of title from government to the public person.
The acquisition of title to additional land or to improvements as a result of the annexation of fixtures or as a result of alluvial deposits along the banks of streams by accretion.
The legal transfer of a person's interest in real property under the law of descent and distribution.
A way to enter property; access.
Land grants recorded by the Mexican government in California.
The person who employs an agent to perform a service for a fee.
The appropriation of property belonging to another .
A legal doctrine which prevents a person from denying something to be true or a fact, if the denial is contrary to previous statements or actions made by that same person.